Four Points by Sheraton Levis Convention Centre
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Today I rolled into the Quebec City KOA, 37 days after I first picked up my trailer and drove directly here to figure out how to be a trailer camper. Like most holidays, in many ways it seems like forever ago, yet in others it seems like just yesterday.
This will be my last post for this part of my journey. I head back to the plant for some minor deficiency issues, as well as the repair of the fibreglass ding on the front of ...
... I was 'feeling' was not the reality that I was living because I belong to Him and I am never alone.
Sometimes you just need to go ahead and let yourself 'feel' whatever it is you are feeling. I have a tendency to want to get over it instead of just getting through it. Today was a get through it type of day. The girls slept in, Cam and I took a walk to the deli, we did some laundry and some packing ...
Had a 10.30 run today but thankfully it's been a bit cooler. Ate breakfast at more or less lunchtime, then Claire's friend Fabien arrived from France - six of us in the house now, very lively! Had a great talk with mum Jane and Nanny this morning (bon anniversaire!) Went to the outdoor swimming pool and attempted a bit of water polo before giving in and sunbathing. Had a yummy creme fraiche and samon bagel and some ...
... had a few rubber construction markers to pull out from under his truck, I decided to carry on. As the day proceeded, I started to get signs that there might be more damage than initially thought, so I stopped at a hardware store for some quick fix items and got back on the road. I arrived safely at Ruth's place in Havelock just before 10 p.m. I am looking forward to being parked for a few days to give my butt a rest.
Well the Eurodam has sailed away back to New York and we are now in Quebec. The first french we learned is that Quebec is pronounced Kebec when we went on a walking tour.We are staying in the old walled part of the city that is built on the highest ground surrounded by cliffs. It is the most beautiful city with historical buildings, restaurants, tendered gardens, artists and musicians creating a serene picture amidst the hustle and bustle of the ...